During a commemoration for Japanese soldiers fighting in the US Army during World War II, Mr. Miyagi meets the widow of his commanding officer. He gets to know her granddaughter Julie, an angry teenager who is still feeling the pain of losing both her parents in an accident and is having problems with her grandmother and her fellow pupils. Mr. Miyagi decides to teach her karate to get her through her pain and issues and back on the right path. Written by
Matthias Scheler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's ancient wisdom against teenage spunk. 1,000 years of karate tradition is about to get a kick in the pants.
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Did You Know?
This is the only film in the series in which Mr. Miyagi does not appear in the final frame of the movie before the credits begin. However, he does appear in the last frame of the scene that transitions into the scene the credits play over. See more
Abbot bowls his ball down the gutter and it hops out, and as he turns back to the crowd, you can see just over his shoulder the mechanism which caused the ball to jump is still extended in the gutter. See more
[Julie's babysitting three VERY active boys
What are you doing here?
Sergeant Kesuke Miyagi
Miyagi figure children no have enough toys, so bring more. Nerf balls, flying discs, all kinds good stuff. You just have fun.
Have fun? Miyagi, they don't need any more toys, they need three child-sized straight jackets!
Part Of Me
Written & Performed by Randy Jacobs See more